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Full text of "Currier & Ives lithographs : the collections of Mr. William H. Johnson, Haverhill, Mass. & Mr. William E. Torrey, Dennysville, Maine, with three fine colored aquatint American views & a most important collection of portraits of Abraham Lincoln, gathered over a period of many years by Mr. William H. Johnson"

SALE NUMBER I908 
PUBLIC EXHIBITION FROM SUNDAY, JANUARY ELEVENTH 



CURRIER ^ IVES LITHOGRAPHS 

THE COLLECTIONS OF 

MR. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 

MR. WILLIAM E. TORREY 

DENNYSVILLE, MAINE 
WITH 

THREE FINE COLORED AQUATINT 
AMERICAN VIEWS 

A MOST IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF 
PORTRAITS OF 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 

GATHERED OVER A PERIOD 
OF MANY YEARS BY 

MR. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 



TO BE SOLD BY THEIR ORDER 

THURSDAY EVENING 

JANUARY FIFTEENTH 

AT EIGHT'FIFTEEN 



THE ANDERSON GALLERIES 

CMITCHELL KENNERLEY, President] 

489 PARK AVENUE AT FIFTY'NINTH STREET, NEW YORK 
1925 



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EXCESSIVELY RARE PORTRAIT OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
PUBLISHED BY CURRIER AND IVES, 1860 

[^NUMBER III]] 



SALE NUMBER I908 
PUBLIC EXHIBITION FROM SUNDAY, JANUARY ELEVENTH 



CURRIER ^ IVES LITHOGRAPHS 

THE COLLECTIONS OF 

MR. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 

MR. WILLIAM E. TORREY 

DENNYSVILLE, MAINE 
WITH 

THREE FINE COLORED AQUATINT 
AMERICAN VIEWS 

A MOST IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF 
PORTRAITS OF 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 

GATHERED OVER A PERIOD . 
OF MANY YEARS BY 

MR. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 



TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION 

THURSDAY EVENING 

JANUARY FIFTEENTH 

AT EIGHT'FIFTEEN 



THE ANDERSON GALLERIES 

CMITCHELL KENNERLEY, President] 

489 PARK AVENUE AT FIFTY'NINTH STREET, NEW YORK 
1925 



COXDITIOXS OF SALE 

All bids to be per lot as xumbeked ix the catalogue. 

The highest bidder to be the buyer. In all cases of disputed bids the decision 
of the Auctioneer shall be final. 

Buyers to give their names and addresses and to make such cash payments on 
account as may be required, in default of which the lots purchased shall be 
resold immediately. 

Purchases to be removed at the buyer's expense and risk within twenty-four 
hours from the conclusion of the sale, and the remainder of the purchase money 
to be paid on or before delivery, in default of which The Anderson Galleries, 
Incorporated, will not be responsible for any loss or damage Avhatever, but the 
lot or lots will be left at the sole risk of the purchaser, and subject to storage 
charges. 

All lots will be placed on public exhibition before the date of sale, for examina- 
tion by intending purchasers, and The Anderson Galleries, Incorporated, will 
not be responsible for the correctness of the description, authenticity, genuine- 
ness, or for any defect or fault in or concerning any lot, and make no warranty 
whatever, but will sell each lot exactly as it is, witkoft recot^rse. 
If accounts are not j)aid and purchases removed within twenty-four hours of the 
conclusion of the sale, or, in the case of absent buyers, when bills are rendered, 
any sum deposited as part payment shall be forfeited, and The Anderson Gal- 
leries, Incorporated, reserve the right to resell the lot or lots by either private 
or public sale, without further notice, and if any deficiency arises from such 
resale it shall be made good by the defaulter, together with all expenses in- 
curred. This condition shall be without prejudice to the right of this Com- 
pany to enforce the sale contract and collect the amount due without such 
resale, at its own option. 

The Anderson Galleries, Incorporated, will afford every facility for the employ- 
ment of carriers and j^ackers by the purchasers, but will not be responsible 
for any damage arising from the acts of such carriers and packers. 
The Anderson Galleries make no charge for executing orders for their cus- 
tomers and use all ])ids competitively, buying at the lowest price permitted 
by other bids. 

A Priced Copy of this Catalogue ma// he obtained for Fifty Cents 

THE AXDERSOX GATJ.ERIES, IXC. 

PARK AVEXUE AND FIFTY-XIXTII STREET, XEW YORK 

TELEPiroxE PLAZA 9856 catalogues ox request 

SALES COXDUCTEn BY :MR. F. A. CHAPMAX AXD MR. A. X'. BADE 



ORDER OF SALE 
THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY FIFTEENTH 

Cl'UlUER AND IVES LITHOGRAPHS: El'ROPEAN 
AND OTHER SL'BJECTS— NON-AMERICAN 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SUBJECTS, PORTRAITS, ETC. 

AIMER ICAN VIEWS 

NAVAL BATTLES AND MARINE VIEAVS 

AMERICAN RURAL AND FARM SCENES AND COUNTRY 
SPORTS 

FAIR LADIES, SENTniENTAL AND FANCY SUBJECTS 

PORTRAITS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN PUBLISHED BY 
CURRIER AND IVES 

PORTRAITS OF LINCOLN BY VARIOUS ENGRAVERS 
AND PUBLISHERS 121-166 

SCENES DURING THE LIFE AND AT THE DEATH OF 

LINCOLN 167-186 



1- 


- 5 


6- 


-22 


23- 


- 45 


46- 


. 52 


53- 


. 69 


70- 


-110 


111- 


.120 



SALE THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY FIFTEENTH, AT 8:15 
XUMHKUS 1-18(5 

CURRIER AND IM:S LITHOGRAPHS 



NUMBEUS 1-110 



EUROPEAN A'lEWS AND OTHER SUBJECTS 



NON-AMERICAN 



XU.AI15EKS 1-5 



1 STRATFORD ON AVON ; LISMORE CASTEE 

\ Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. (Win. E. Torrcij 

Collection) (2) 

2 LISMORE CASTLE ; VIEW ON THE RHINE 

LJ Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. (Wm. E. Torrcy 

' Collection) (2) 

3 THE SIEGE OF LIMERICK ; JERUSALEM 

')_ Kellogg and N. Currier. One dated 1846. Small folios. (Wm. 

E. Torrcy Collection) (2) 

^ ROBERT BURNS AND HIS HIGHLAND MARY; 
^ MAZEPPA; THE PARTING HOLTR 

Kellogg and Thayer; Currier and Ives; and N. Currier. A'arious 
dates. Small folios. {}ym. E. Torrcy Collection) (3) 

5 ROBERT EMMET ; KLNG WILLIAM HI 

^ Lith. by Bufford, and by Currier and Ives. Folio and small 
folio. {Wm. E. Torrcy Collection) (2) 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL SUBJECTS, PORTRAITS, ETC. 

NUMBERS 6-22 

6 THE MARCH OF MILES STANDISH 

y Lithograph by Armstrong and Co. 1873. After J. E. Baker. 
Large folio. (Stained) Old frame. {Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) 



7 WASHINGTON AND LINCOLN 

- c> "^'lie Father and Saviour of Our Country. 

'^'^ Currier and Ives. Dated 1865. Folio. Uncolored. 

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 

Engraved by D. Kimberly. Dated 1841. Small folio. 
(Wm. E. Tonrij CoUcciion) (2) 

8 THE WASHIGTON FAINIILY ; THE LINCOLN FAMILY 

I ^__ Currier and Ives. Dated 1867. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrcy 
^ Collection) (2) 

9 THE WASHINGTON FAMILY ; LINCOLN AT II0:ME 
Lithographed by Currier and Ives, 1867, and E. IJ. and E. C. 

'^ - Kellogg. Small folios. Framed. (TFw. //. Johnson Collect ion) 

(^) 

10 THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 

Washington to Tyler ; Washington to Polk. N. Currier. Un- 
j - dated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torre ij Collection) (2) 

11 THE PI^ESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 

Washington to Polk. N. Currier. Dated 1841<. Small folio. 
J Old mahogany frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

12 GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON 

The Father of his Country. 
^ Lith. by Kellogg. LTndated. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torreij 

Collection) 

18 GEORGE WASHINGTON 

First President of the United States. 
I N. Currier. LTndated. Medium folio. {Wm. E. Torrey 

Collection) 

\^ WASHINGTON'S RECEPTION BY THE LADIES AT 
TRENTON 

.<- N. Currier. Dated ISl^o; The same. B}^ Kellogg and Thayer. 

^ Undated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrey Collection) (2) 



15 HENRY CLAY 

Of Kentucky. 
^ " N. Currier. Ualcd 1842. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrcy 
Collection) 
Rare. 

16 JAMES K. rOEK; GEXE. LEWIS CASS; CASSIES ^L 
CLAY 

] \ - Publislied by F. Gleasoii and X. Cui-rier. 1S4<(). Small folios. 
Old maliogan}' frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) {'•]) 

17 DEATH OF HARRISON ; LINCOLN AT HOAH^ 

N". Currier and Kellojrg. Small folios. Toi-n and soiled. {Wm. 
^ ' E. Torrcy Collection) (2) 

18 JAMES BUCHANAN 

Democratic Candidate for Fifteenth President of the Ignited 
'-[ - States. E. B. and E. C. Kellogg. Small folio. Old mahogany 
frame. {Wni. H. Johnson Collection) 

19 GRAND NATIONAL UNION BANNER FOR 1860 

The Candidates and their Platform. John Bell and Edward 
T - Everett. Currier and Ives. 1860. Small folio. {^Ym. E. 
Torrcy Collection) 

20 ]MAJ. GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT ; OUR GENERALS IN THE 
FIELD ; WINFIELD SCOTT 

•*) ^ Lithographs, various dates. Folio and small folio. {Wni. E. 
Torrcy Collection) (3) 

21 STORAHNG OF PALACE HILL AT THE BATTLE OF 
MONTEREY; BOMBARDMENT OF VERA CRUZ 

% - Currier and Ives, and Baillie. Dated IS-IT. Small folios. {Wm. 
E. Torrcy Collection) (2) 

22 THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON; THE STORMING OF 
FORT DONELSON; BATTLE OF COAL HARBOR; THE 

^ a _ BATTLE OF WINCHESTER 

Currier and Ives. A'arious dates. Small folios. {Wm. E. Tor- 
rcy Collection) {-i) 



AMERICAN VIEWS 



NUMBERS 23-i5 



23 CHICAGO AS IT WAS 

^ Unsigned and undated. Small folio. Old mahogany frame. 
^ ^ (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



2^ THE GREAT WEST 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1870. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrcij 
P~ 3 Colic ciion) 



25 FALLS OF NIAGARA 

From Clifton House. 
^' N. Currier. Undated. Small folio. {Wm. E.Torrcy Collection) 



26 AUTUMN ON LAKE GEORGE 

^ Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrey 
P- -> Collection) 



27 LAKE MEMPHREMAGOG 
Owls Head. 
\ Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. (jMargin stained) 

{Wm. E. Torrey Collection) 



28 THE BRIDGE AT THE OUTLET 

Lake Memphremagog. 
Q Currier and Ives. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrey Collection) 

29 MOUNT MONADXOCK 

Drawn by A. E. Dolhear. Litli. by Martin Bradley, Springfield, 
' ^ Mass. Small folio. Old frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



30 THE GREAT MISSISSIPPI STEAMBOAT RACE 

Currier and Ives. Small folio. Lar^e margin. ( Wm. E. Tor 
^ rey Collection) 




very rare colored aquatint 
[[number 31)] 



^'^^ 



81 VIEW OF THE NEW YORK QUARANTINE, STATEN 
ISLAND 

Colored aquatint. Painted and engraved by W. J. Bennett. 
Published by Parker & Co. . . and by Eewis P. Clover . . . 
New York. Copyrioht 1838. Large folio. Good margin. 
(Narrow time-stain through centre) 

Very kaee. A most decorative ])rint. 

[see illustration] 

6 



32 VIEW OF NEW YORK 

A Currier and Ives. Dntctl 1860. Small folio. Old mahogany 

\ frame. (TT'w. H. Johnson CoJJcciion) 

38 CITY OF NEW YORK AND ENVIRONS 

. Currier and Ives. Dated 1875. Small folio. Old mahogany 

' frame. {W m. H . Johnson Collection) 

31^ THE HIGH RRIDC^E AT HARLEM, N. Y. 

Lithographed and iiuhlishcd by N. Currier. Dated 18-19. Small 
^^ folio. Old mahogany frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

35 THE TOMR OF WASHINGTON 

A LTncolored lithograph. I'^nsigned and undated. Folio. Old 

walnut frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

36 A lEW ON THE IH DSON, WEST FOINT 

Colored lithogra})h. Puljlished by Thomas Kelly. Print l)y 
\ A Wm. C. Robertson. Lai-ge folio. Old walnut and gilt frame. 

{Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

37 VIEW ON THE HUDSON RIM:R ; SUNNYSIDE ON THE 
HUDSON 

J I Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrey 

Collection) (2) 

38 CHAPPAQUA FARM 

^_ Westchester County, N. Y. The Residence of Ho)-ace Greeley. 

I Currier and Ives. Small folio. ( Win. E. Torveij Collection) 

39 VIEW OF THE ST. LAWRENCE 

Indian Encampment. 
(^ (-urrier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrey 

Collection) 

40 TRENTON FALLS 

Colored acfuatint. Painted and engraved by AV. J. Bennett. 



o ^ Pul 



engraved surface and jnounted. (Sjiotted) 
6 



~r-. s^jiSf^; ■ 




fine impression of this rare colored aquatint 
[[number 41^ 



41 



w 



WEST POINT FROM PHILLIPSTOWN 

Colored aciuatiiit. Painted and engraved by W. J. Bennett. 
Published b_v Parker K' Clover, ISO Fulton street. New York. 
Copyright I80I. Large folio. Good margin, (^"cry slight re- 
pair to lower right corner) 
A'eky rake. Fine impression, beautiful in color. 

[see illustratiox] 



42 THE TOMB OF WASHINGTON 

J Currier and Ives. Undated. Folio. (Margin stained) (Wm. 

» E. Torrey Collection) 

43 THE NOTCH HOUSE, WHITE MOUNTAINS 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. (Wm. E. Torrey 
I ^ Collection) 

44 SCENERY OF THE WISSAHICKON 

Near Philadelphia. 
I "^ Currier and Ives. Lndated. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrey 
Collection) 

45 PROTECTOR ENGINE NO. 2 

Kellogg and Comstock. Undated. Small folio. (Slight tear) 
^ {Wm. E. Torrey Collection) 



NAVAL BATTLES AND MARINE VIEWS 



ku:mbeks 46-52 

46 U. S. FRIGATE ''CONSTITUTION" 

N. Currier. Undated. Small folio. Old mahogany frame. 
1't)'^ {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

SCAKCE. 

47 THE "CONSTITUTION" AND "GUERRIERE" 

N. Currier. Undated. Small folio. Old mahogany frame. 
n L. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

Scarce. 

48 THE GREAT FIGHT BETWEEN THE "MERRIMAC" 
AND "]\IONITOR" 

fv \ 'J^l^e first battle between ironclad ships of war. 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1862. Small folio. Old mahogany 
frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

A RARE VARiATiON^. Only a few copies known. 

8 



49 SINKING OF THE "CUMBERLAND" BY THE IRON 
CLAD "MERRIMAC" 

i)>'^!^ Off Newport News, Va. IVfarcli 8tli, T8()2. 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1862. Small folici. Old niahogaii}^ 
frame. {Wm. H. Jolinson Collection) 



50 TERRIFIC CO:\IBAT BETWEEN THE "MONITOR" & 
"MERRIMAC"; THE GREAT NAVAL VICTORY IN 
> MOBILE BAY; THE MAMMOTH IRON STEAMSHIP 
^ "GREAT EASTERN" 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrcy 
Collection) (3) 



51 CLIPPER SHIP IN A SNOW SQUALL 

Currier and Ives. LTndated. Small folio. {Wni. E. Torre/j 
d-^ Collection) 



52 YACHT "METEOR" OF N. Y. 293 TONS 

Owned by G. L. Lorrillard Esq. of the N. Y. Yacht Club. 
^ Q Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrcy 
Collection) 



AMERICAN RURAL AND FARiNI SCENES 



AND COUNTRY SPORTS 



xuarBKus 53-69 



53 A HOME IN THE WILDERNESS 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1870. Small folio. {Wm. E. Torrcy 
'^^ Collection) 



54 SUMMER MORNING 

F. F. Palmer, del. Currier and Ives. Undated. Medium folio. 



^ ^ " {Wm. E. Torrcy Collection) 



55 THE RIVER SIDE 

Cun-iur and Ives. riidakd. Small folio. (Win. E. Tonc/j 
Collection) 

56 HARVEST 

X. Currier. Dated 1849. Small folio. {Win. E. Torrey 
>y 7 Collection) 



o i 



HARVEST 



' Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. {Wni. E. Torrey 
>y'^'^'^ CoJJcction) 



%' 



M 



58 THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIFE: CHILDHOOD 

"The Season of Jo3\" 

J. M. Ives, del. Drawn by F. F. Palmer and J. Cameron. 
Currier and Ives. Dated 1868. (Margin stained) {Wm. E. 
Torrey Collection) 

THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIFE: YOUTH 

"The Season of Love." 

J. ]\I. Ives, del. Drawn by F. F. Palmei- and J. Cameron. 
Currier and Ives. Dated 1868. Large folio. (Margin dam- 
aged) {Wm. E. Torrey Collection) 



60 THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIFE: INIIDDLE AGE 

"The Season of Strength." 

J. M. Ives, del. Di-awn by Parsons and Atwater. Currier and 
V> Ives. Dated 1868. Large folio. (Margin soiled) {Wm. E. 

Torrey Collection) 

61 THE FOUR SEASONS OF LIFE : OLD AGE 

"The Season of Rest." 

J. jM. Ives, del. Dra\\n by Parsons and Atwater. Currier and 
\ Ives. Dated 1868. Large folio. (Margin soiled) {Wm. E. 

Torrey Collection) 

62 AMERICAN HOMESTEAD: SU.MMER ; AUTUMN 

-1 Currier and Ives. Dated 18(58-69. Small folios. {Wm. E. 

^■^ Torrey Collection) (2) 

10 



(53 AMKHICAX IIOMl.STKAl) : S T K I N (J ; S U ^I M E R ; 

'^ -^ Currier and Ivcs. (2 copies of Sunimei'). Small folios. {Wm. 
E. Torvrii CoUcctiou) (1) 

M AMERICAN WINTER SCENES: EVENING 

Y. F. Palmer, del. Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier. Dated ISS-i. 
yO ' Large folio. In brilliant color. (Maroins fra3'ed) {Win. E. 
^ Torrcu Collection) 

A'kky kaue. 

65 SKATING SCENE— MOONLIGHT 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1868. Small folio. {]Vni. E. Torrcy 
y^ Collection) 

m THE SLEIGH RACE 

Curi'icr and Ives. Dated 1859. ^Medium folio. {Wni. E. Torrey 
(J A Collection) 

Rakk. 

67 THE STAR OF THE ROAD 

Litliogra2:)bed and published by N. Currier. Dated 1849. Small 
y*^ folio. Old mahogany frame. {W ni. H. Johnson Collection) 

68 THE TROUT RROOK 

v"J) F. F. Palmer, del. Currier and Ives. Dated 1862. Medium 
\ ' ''^ folio. {Wm. E. Torveij Collection) 

69 BROOK TROUT, JUST CAUGHT 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Folio. {Wni. E. Torrey Collection) 

FAIR LADIES, SENTIMENTAL AND FANCY SUBJECTS 

NrMBERS 70-110 

70 EMILINE; ELIZABETH 

lithographed and published by J. Baillie, 18-15 and 18'i8. Small 
folios. Old mahoganv frames. {Wm. II. Johnson Collection) 
\T> (2) 

11 



71 HANNAH ; JANE ; INIARTHA 

Lithographed and published by J. Baillie. Small folios. Old 
^ \ mahogany frames. (TF/^. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 



72 MARTHA ; BELLE OF CALIFORNIA ; MY ABSENT LOVE 

y. Lithographs. L^nsigned and undated. {Wm. H. Johnson Col- 



lection) (3) 



73 MARY ANN ; CATHERINE (Two copies) 

Published by E. B. & E. C. Kellogg, Kellogg & Thayer, and 
, ^ y Kellogg and Comstock. Small folios. Old mahogan}- frames. 
^ {Wm.R. Johnson Collection) (3) 



74^ SARAH; HANNAH; M.ARY ANN 

Lithographed and published by N. Currier. One dated 1846. 
^ ^ Small folios. Old mahogany frames. {}Ym. H. Johnson Col- 
lection) (3) 



75 ELIZA; CHARLOTTE; EMMA 

Lithographed and published by N. Currier. LTndated. Small 
^ ^ folios. Old mahogany frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 
(3) 



76 JULIA; BRIDGET; EMMA 

N. Currier. Undated. Small folios. Old mahogany frames, 
b ^ {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 

77 THE WAY TO HAPPINESS; THE MORNING PRAYER; 
THE LETTER 

/ ' - N. Currier and E. C. Kellogg. Undated. Small folios. Old 
mahogany frames. {Wui. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 



78 THE NORTHERN BEAUTY; THE SOUTHERN 
BEAUTY; BELLE OF THE WEST 
' I ^ Currier and Ives and N. Currier. Undated. Small folios. Old 
mahogany frames. {Wni. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 

12 



79 AUGUSTA; SARAH 

Uthoo'iaplicd and publislicd by N. Currier. Undated. Small 
(I ^ folios. Old mahogany frames. {Ww. H. Johnson CoUection) 

(2) 

80 NANCY; JEANETTE 

Lithographed and published by N. Currier. Small folios. Old 
j\ ^ mahogany frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

81 CLARA; MARY 

Currier and Ives. Small folios. Old mahogany frames. (Wm. 
t/ /- H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

82 THE ROYAL BEAUTY; THE FAIREST OF THE FAIR 

Currier and Ives. Small folios. Old mahogan}^ frames. {Wm. 
"^ ^ H. Johnson CoUection) (2) 

88 THE GIRL I LOVE; SPRING 

Currier and Ives. 1870. Small folios. Old mahogany frames. 
•^ ^ {Wm. H. Johnson CoUection) (2) 



84? QUEEN OF THE BRUNETTES; THE QUEEN OF THE 
BALL 

U| Currier and Ives. 1870. Small folios. Old mahogany frames. 

{Wm. H. Johnson CoUection) (2) 

85 THE LOVERS' QUARREL; THE LOVERS' RECONCIL- 
IATION 

» ^ N. Currier. Dated 1846. Small folios. (One spotted) Old 
mahogany frames. {Wm. H. Johnson CoUection) (2) 



86 THE WEDDING DAY 

N. Currier. Undated. Small folio. Old mahogan}^ frame. 
I "^ ( Wm. H. Johnson CoUection) 

87 DON'T SAY NAY; THE WEDDING DAY 

N. Currier, dated 1846, and Kellogg and Comstock. Small 
L? folios. Old mahogany frames. {Wm. H. Johnson CoUection) (2) 

13 



88 THE DAY BEFORE MARRIAGE; A YEAR AFTER 
MARRIAGE; HOUSEHOLD TREASURES 

^ N. Currier and Currier and Ives. 1847, and no date. Small 

folios. Old mahogany frames. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (8) 



89 A MOTHER'S TREASURE; THE LITTLE FAVORITE; 
MOTHER'S JOY 

iS ^ Lithographs by N. Curi-ier and Sarony and Major. Small 
folios. Old mahogany frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 
(3) 

90 MATERXAL AFFECTION; LOOK AT MAMMA; THE 
YOUXG MOTHER 

^^ Lithographs by X. Currier. One dated 1845. Small folios. Old 
mahogany frames. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 



91 LITTLE KATE; IJTTLE FAXXY; IJTTLE JEXXIE 

Liihogi'aphs l)y X. Currier and Currier and Ives. Small folios. 
(^ ^ Old mahogany frames. (]]'in. If. Johnson Collection) (.'>) 

92 SOXS OF TEMPERAXCE; DAUGHTERS OF TEAH'ER- 
AXCE 

I . ^ Kellogg and Comstock. Undated. Small folios. Old mahogany 
frames. (T]^«?. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

93 SOXS OF TEMPERAXCE ; TEMPERAXCE BAXXER 

Kellogg and Comstock. Undated. Small folios. Old mahogany 
' ^ /* frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

94 PET OF THE FAMILY; MY LITTLE PLAY FELLOW 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. Old mahogany 
^'^ frames. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

95 BYROX'S FIRST LOVE 

Sarony and ]\Iajor. Dated 1846. 

I 'f ^ THE PRODIGAL SOX 

Unsigned and undated. Small folios. Old mahogany frames. 
{Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

14 



90 SIXGLE; THE SAILOR'S RETURX; THE IMO^rEXTOUS 
QUESTIOX 

I ^ -^ N. Currier. IS-iO and undatccl. Small folios. ( Wm. E. Torrcy 

Collect ion) (3) 



97 WOX!; LOST!; OLI ! HOW XICE 

X. Currier. L'lidatcd. Small folios. (Wm. E. Torrcij CoUcc- 
l^ " tioji) (3) 

98 AUTUMX FRUITS 

Currier and Ives. Dated 1861. Folio. Old frame. (Win. H. 
K -^ Johnson CoUcction) 



99 FRUIT AXD FLOWER PIECES 

The Hundred Leaf Rose; Fruits of the Seasons; Fruits of the 
A. " Golden Land ; and two others. 

X. Currier, and Currier and Ives. Small folios. {Wm. E. 
Torrey Collection) (5) 



100 TO THE RESCUE; HE IS SAVED 

Currier and Ives. I'ndated. Uncolore(h Small folios. (Wni. 
D "^ E. Torrey Collection) (2) 



101 MY LITTLE WHITE KITTIES 

Their First Mouse ; and, Playing" Dominoes. 
^ #* Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrey 
^ Collection) (2) 



102 MORXIXG PRAYER; EVEXIXG PRAYER 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. {Wm. E. Torrey 
^ ^ Collection) (2) 



103 MY PET BIRD; TLIE SAME REVERSED; GRAXDPA'S 
CANE 

^ Currier and Ives. Undated. Folios. {Wm. E. Torrcy Collec- 

tion) (3) 

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10 J. LITTLE ELLA; BEAUTY AWAKE; THE MORNING 
LESSON; EVENING PRAYER 

*i ^ Currier and Ives and Kellogg. Undated. Small folios. (TFw. 

E. Torrey Collection) (4) 

105 THE FAVORITE HORSE; FIDELITY; THE BURIAL OF 
THE PET BIRD 

-s ^ Currier and Ives. Various dates. Small folios. (Wm. E. Torrey 
^ Collection) (3) 



106 NOAH'S ARK 

N. Currier. Undated. 

^ /- THE SAME 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folios. Old mahoganv frames. 
(Win. H. Johnson Collection) (2) 

107 THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER 

Currier and Ives. Undated. Small folio. Old mahogany frame. 
r\ ^ {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

Rare. 



108 JOHN POUNDS 

Late of St. Mar^' Street Portsmouth, who while earning an hon- 
^ est Subsistence by Mending Shoes was also Schoolmaster. 
V Drawn on stone by W. Sharp. Bouve Lithography. Folio. Old 

mahogan3^ frame. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

109 JUVENILES 

Young America ; The Watchers ; Two Little Fraid Cats ; Kitty's 
^ Breakfast. 
Currier and Ives. Various dates. Folio and smaller. {Wm. E. 

Torrey Collection) (4) 

110 RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS 

The Last Supper; The Holy Family; The Tree of Life (3 
copies) ; Life and Age of Man. 
^ N. Currier, Currier and Ives, and Baillic. Small folios. {Wm. 

E. Torrey Collection) (6) 

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PORTRAITS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
THE COLLECTION OF 



MR. WILLIAM H. JOHNSON 

NT'ArnEKs 111-18G 

PORTRAITS PUBLISHED BY 
CURRIER AND IVES 

NUMBERS 111-120 



111 CURRIER AND IVES 

Bust ])ortrait, turned sliglitly to right. Beardless. Published 
l)v Currier and Ives, 18()(). Inscribed beneath facsimile signa- 
ture: "Hon. Abraham Lincoln, RepubHcan Candidate for Six- 
^ teenth President of the United States. . . From a photograph 
^^ by Brady." In colors. Folio. Framed. {Wm. H. Johnson 

Collection) 

Excessively rare. 

[see frontispiece] ' 



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112 CURRIER AND IVES 

Beardless bust portrait, turned slightly to right, against drapery 
background. In oval. Facsimile signature. Caption: "Hon. 
^ Abraham Lincoln, Republican Candidate for Sixteenth President 
of the United States." Published by Currier and Ives, 1860. 
In colors. Folio. Natural mahogany frame. {Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) 

Rare. 

113 CURRIER AND IVES 

Bust portrait, beardless, turned slightly to right. Facsimile sig- 
nature over caption: "Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Our Next Presi- 
dent." Published by Currier and Ives, 18G0. From a photo- 
graph by Brady. In colors. Folio. Old mahogany frame. 
{Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

Very rare. First issue of this type. 

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114 CURRIER AND IVES 

Beardless, half length, seated, turned slightly to left. Book in 
one hand, the other concealed under coat. Column and drapery 
in background. Caption: "Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth Prosi- 
A/> dent of the United States." Published by Currier and Ives^ 

1860. In colors. Small folio. Old frame. (Win. H. Johnson 
Collection) 

115 CURRIER AND IVES 

From same stone as the preceding, but with beard added and ad- 
r- ^ ditional cajotion: "Assassinated April 14th 1865." Small folio. 
^ Uncolored. Old frame. 



116 CURRIER AND IVES 

Bust portrait, with short beard. Three-quarters to right. Cur- 
rier and Ives, undated. Ca])tion under facsimile signature: 
xX ^ "Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the L'nitcd States." 
Colored. Oval folio. Old fj-ame. (TI'/z^ H. Johnson Collection) 



117 CURRIER AND IVES 

Half-length, standing, one hand i-esting on book, the other behind 
back. Caption: "Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the 
•^ United States." Published by Currier and Ives, undated. Small 
folio. Old frame. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



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118 CURRIER AND IVES 

Bust portrait, full front, looking to left. With beard. Copy- 
right by Currier and Ives, 1865. Caption: "Abraham Lincoln, 
^ ^ the Martyr President. Assassinated April 14th 1865. Joseph 
Koehler, Publisher, New York, IT. S. A." In colors. Large 
folio. Old walnut frame. (IFw. H. Johnson Collection) 

Rare. 



119 CURRIER AND IVES 

Bust portrait, looking to right. Published by Currier and Ives, 
^ ^ undated. Caption : "Abraham Lincoln, the Nation's ]\Iartyr. 
D Assassinated April 14, 1865." Folio. Old frame. {Witi. H. 

Johnson Collection) 

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120 CTKKIKK AM) IVKS 

Washington and Lincoln. The Fath.tT and tlie Saviour of our 
/-) Country. Currier and Ives, 1865. FoHo. Old gilt frame. 



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(IVni. H. Jolnisnn Collection) 



PORTRAITS OF LIXCOLX 
BY A ARIOUS ENGRAVERS AND PUBLISHERS 

XUMBEUS 121-160 

121 ANONYMOUS 

Bust, three-quarters to right. In oval Ijorder. Without puh- 
lisher's name. Facsimile signature. Folio. Old frame. (Wiu. 
H. Jolinson Collect ion) 



122 BAKER (J. E.) 

Lithograph. Bust, head turned to right. Drawn l)y J. E. 

Baker. Published in 18(56 by J. II. Butford. Folio. Old wal- 
I nut and gilt frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

128 BINGHAM AND DODD 

Bust portrait, full front, looking to riglit. Facsimile signature. 
, Lith. ^v: ])rinted in oil colors bv Bingham X: Dodd, Hartf. 1865. 

I Brown liackground. Folio. (Margin stained) Old walnut 
frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

SCAECE. 

12i BUFFORD (J. H.) 

President Lincoln and Cabinet. Small o^ al })ortrait in centre 
surrounded by those of the seven members of the cabinet. On a 
J '' shield of the stars and stripes. Lith. of J. LI. Bufford. Pub- 
lislicd by Elliot & White, Boston. Undated. Small folio. Old 
frame, {^ym. H. Johnson Collection) 

125 BUTTRE (J. C.) 

Portrait, full length, standing, without beard as he appeared 
\^^ in the 1860 campaign. Published by J. C. Buttre, X. Y. Large 
folio. Gilt frame. [Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 
Fixe and rare. 

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126 BUTTRE (J. C.) 

The same with beard added. Old mahogany frame. {Win. H. 
^ Johnson Collection) 



12T BUTTKK (J. C.) 

Portrait, full length, standing, hand resting on table, on which 

is a bust of Washington. Published by J. C. Buttre, N. Y. 

C- ^ Large folio. Mahogany frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



128 BUTTRE (J. C.) 

Bust portrait, three-quarters to )-ight. Engraved and 2)ublislied 
^ by J. C. Buttre. Oval in allegorical border by Momberg. Folio. 
_) Old frame. {}ym'H. Johnson Collection) 



129 UOUGE (J. W.) 

Photograph from the painting by J. W. Dodge in 1865. Half 
^ length, front, turned slightly to the right. Facsimile signature. 
Published b}' the artist. Folio. Old mahogany frame. {Wm. 
H. Johnson Collection) 



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130 EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 

Lithograph by P. S. Dvival after the original by Gilman R. 

Russell, with portrait of Lincoln in centre; Same subject, de- 
^ X signed and executed by A. Kidder ; and two others. Various sizes. 

All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (4) 



131 FUCHS (F.) 

Lithograph, half length, one hand resting in breast of coat, 
turned slightly to right. Drawn by F. Fuchs. No publisher's 

^ -^ name. Folio. Old mahogany and gilt frame. {Wm. H. John- 
son Collection) 



132 GUGLER (H.) 

Line engraving. Bust in oval after the painting b3' J. H. Little- 
if >^ field. Engraved by H. Gugler. Published 1869. Atlas folio. 

Framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

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133 HAASIS AND LUBRECHT 

Our Fcallcn Heroes. Clironiolitliogiaph. Large portrait of 
Lincoln surromulcd by twelve portraits of military and naval of- 
I I ficers who were killed in the Civil War. Published b}' Haasis & 
Lubrecht, New York, 1865. Large folio. Old walnut frame. 
(Win. H. Johnson Collection) 



13^ KELLOGG (E. B. & E. C.) 

Bearded l)ust, thrcc-(|uarters to the riglit. In oval border. Lith- 
ographed bv Kellogg of Hartford, Published by Golden & 
Sammons, Chicago. Folio. Old frame. (Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) 



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13o KELLOGG (E. B. & E. C.) 

Full length, seated, with "Emancipation Proclamation" on table 
beside him. Published by E. B. and E. C. Kellogg, Hartford, 
^ Conn. Long caption reading in part: "Lnmortalized his name 
by the Proclamation of Emancipation, January 1st, 1863 ..." 
etc. Lithograyjh. Small folio. In colors. Framed. (Wm. H. 
Johnson Collection) 



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136 McRAE (J. C.) 

Bust portrait, three-quarters to the right, oval within pictorial 
border. [Engraved and Published b}^ John C. McRae, 105 Cedar 
A ^ Street, New York.] Folio. Old frame. (Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) 

First issue, without the publication line. 



137 McRAE (J. C.) 

The same. With the line of publication. (Margin stained) Old 
A ^ frame. (Wm. II. Johnson Collection) 



138 MARSHALL (WM. E.) 

Line engraving. Bust, turned slightly to right. In oval. Painted 
^ ^and engraved by Wm. E. Marshall. Large folio. (Stain on 
lower margin) Old frame. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

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18!) XELKE (LOUIS) 

Bust })ortrait, with bcarti, three-quarters to left. Lith. bv 
Louis Nelkc, Chicago, after Poleiii. 1865. Facsiiiiile signature. 
Folio. (Stain) Old walnut frame. {William H. Johnson 
Collection) 



140 THE NEW YORK HERALD 

Beardless profile on front page of the New York Herald of 
Saturday April 15, 1805. Amiouncing the assasination and 
^ ' death of Lincoln. Woodcut. Folio. Framed. {Wm. H. 
Johnson Collection) 



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141 FATE (WILLLAM) 

Line and stipple. Full-length, standing, one hand resting on tal)le, 
the other clas|)ing long cloak which is draped al)out him. Pul)- 
lished ])y William Pate, Xew York. Large folio. Old waliuit 
and gilt frame. (Win. II. Johnson Collection) 



142 PERIXE (GEO. E.) 

Three-quarter length, seated in arm-chair, looking to right. En- 
A ^graved by Geo. E. Ferine. Published by him in 1864; The 
^ same, printed by H. E. Coates. Small folio. Both in gilt 

frames. (Wni. II. Johnson Collection) (2) 

14:3 PAIXTIXG OX GLASS 

Life-size bust portrait. Painted in oil colors on glass. An un- 

. a "0^ usually good likeness for this often crude and quaint method. 

Old mahogany and gilt frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

Size, 2.314 X 18 inches 

144 PHOTOGRAPHS 

The Council of War; Washington and I>incoln (Apotheosis); 
r- President Lincoln and his son Thaddeus. All framed. {Wni. 
II. Johnson Colleciion) (3) 



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145 PHOTOGRAPHS 

Camera reproductions from engravings and drawings. All be- 
^ ^ tween 1865 and 1870. A'arious sizes. All framed. {Wm. H. 
\ Johnson Collection) (5) 

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146 CARTE-DE-YISITE rilOTOS 

A set of nine coniuK'rcial somfiiir })h()l()^r;iphs. All in one 
CJ ^ frame. One other larger photo of Lincoln and Tad. Framed. 
{Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (T) 

147 PLATE AND SHELL 

Plate with printed bust ])ortrait in black and white with sanguine 
/ '^decoration; lender shell of a turtle with painted portrait. {Wm. 
H. Johnson CoUccfion) (2) 

148 PRANG (L.) 

Bust, slightly to left. Smiling. Lithogi-aph after the original 

yi ^ picture by jMatthow Wilson. Pul)lislicd ])y L. Prang, Boston, 

^ 1865. (Foxed). Foho. Framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

149 PRANG (L.) 

Bust, tliree-quarters to right. Tinted oval background. Cap- 
^tion: "Abraham Lincoln." Pubd. and lithd. by li. Prang ik 
^ Co. Boston. 1861. Small folio. Old gilt frame. {Wm. H. 
Johnson Collection) 

150 POSTERS AND PROCLAMATIONS 

^ INIodern reproductions with portraits of Lincoln. A'arious sizes. 
^ All framed. {W m. FI. Johnson Collection) (6) 

151 RELIEF MEDALLION 

Pi-otile bust to right in liigh relief. Cast iron with 1u-onze fin- 
% ish. Mounted on velvet. {Wni. H. Johnson Collection) 

Height, 8 inches 

152 ROGERS GROUP 

The Council of War. Plaster group : Lincoln seated reading 

I tj '- document with Grant and Stanton standing on either side. 

Patented by John Rogers 1868. Height, 21 inches 

15.3 RUSSELL (B. B.) 

Bust portrait, three-quarters to left. With short beard. En- 
^ -"^ graved, with oval border and view of the "Capitol — Washing- 
'^ ton," and facsimile signature. Unsigned. Published hy B. B. 

Russell t^ Co., Boston. AI)out 1861. (Spotted) Small folio. 

Oak frame. {Wnt. H. Johnson Collection) 

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J5i SARTAIX (JOHN) 

Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr, Victorious. 

Mezzotint by John Sartain, designed b}' W. H. Hermans. Pub- 
lished 1866. Proof. Folio. Framed. (Wm H. Johnson Col- 
lection) 

155 SARTAIX (JOHN, WILLIAM AND SAMUEL) 

Mezzotint, bust in oval, turned slightly to right. Engraved by 
John Sartain after a photograph from life. Published in 1865 
by Bradley & Co. Phila. ; Mezzotint, bust in oval, turned to left. 
Engraved and published by William Sartain, Phila. ; Mezzotint 
and line, in oval, head front, body slightly to left. Engraved 
by Samuel Sartain, printed by Rice & Allen, Chicago, 1864<. 
Small folios. Walnut and gilt frames. [Wm. H. Johnson Col- 
lection) (3) 

156 SARTAIN AND OTHERS 

Mezzotint after the painting bv E. D. Marchant ; Line engrav- 
^ ^ ing, engraver's name trimmed off; Another line and mezzotint by 
I "^ Giles & Perine ; The same with names trimmed off. All framed. 
{Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (4) 

157 STARK (0.) 

Lithograpli bust, looking to right. Drawn by 0. Stark after a 
photograph by Brady. Published by J. INIayer Co. Boston, and 
^ John Russell, Portland, ]Me. Folio. Old mahogany and gilt 

frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

158 VARIOUS 

Engraving. Bust, head slightl}' to right. Engraved by A. H. 
Ritchie from a photograph; Engraving, Full length, seated, by 
J. Serz after W. E. Winner; Photograph from drawing. Bust, 
three-quarters to right. Published by J. C. Spooner, 1865. Folios. 
All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (3) 



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159 VARIOUS 

Lo3'al Americans, lithograph C. D. Andrews, drawn by A. K. 

^ y Kipps. Published b}' B. B. Russell ; Woodcut by Ensign, Bridg- 

J man & Fanning ; Bust portrait, chromolithograph ; Cross-stitch 

motto with portrait of Lincoln in centre, ^"arious sizes. All 

framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (4) 

2^ 



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160 VARIOUS 

Wiecker reproduction from the Life drawing of 1860 ; Woodcut 
from Leslie's Weekh' ; Koehler reproduction ; The Taber Art Co. 
reproduction. Various sizes. All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) (4) 



161 VARIOUS 

Small engraved portraits by the following engravers: White- 
r / church, Ferine & Giles, A. B. Walter, John A. Lowell, and one 
^ unsigned. All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (5) 



162 VARIOUS 

Small engraved portraits. All after photographs b^^ Brady, en- 
r/ graved by Buttre (four), by Jackman, Pelton , Jones. All 
^ framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (7) 

163 VARIOUS 

Small engraved portraits. All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Col- 
let ^ lection) (7) 

164 VARIOUS 

Another lot similar. All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 
^ -{!) 

165 VARIOUS 

Another lot similar. All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



3''(^) 



166 VARIOUS 

^ Photograp' 
^ All framed. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) (9) 



^ Photographic reproductions of sculptured and painted portraits. 



SCENES DURING THE LIFE 
AND AT THE DEATH OF LINCOLN 

NUMBERS 167-186 

167 BOYHOOD OF LINCOLN 

s ^ Chromolithograph by L. Prang after the painting by Eastman 
I Johnson. Folio. Old gilt frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

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168 THE OUTBREAK OF THE REBELLION L\ THE UNITED 

STATES, 1861 

Lithograph by Kiinmel and Forstcr. PubHshcd 1865. Large 

foho. Old wahiut frame. (Tr?^. H. Jolinsnn Collection) 

This allegorical print of Lincoln appealing for funds Avas ex- 
hibited with marked success during the late Libert}' Loan Drives. 

169 PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND HIS FAMILY 

Colored lithograph. Published hy Joseph Hoover. Philadelphia. 
l/ ^ Undated. Large folio. (Stained) Old walnut and gilt frame. 
^ {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

170 PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND FAMILY CIRCLE 

Colored lithogi'aph. Published b}' Lyon and Co. New York, 
186T. Large folio. Mahogany frame. (Wm. H. Johnson 
\ Collection) 



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171 PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND FAMILY CIRCLE 

The same. L^ncolorcd. (Margin slightly stained) Old walnut 
and gilt frame. {Wm. TI. Johnson Collection) 



172 PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND FAMILY CIRCLE 

Lithograpli publislied by John Smith, 1865. Drawn bv Holien- 
(y stein. Large folio. (Small piece torn aAvay at one side) Old 

gilt frame. (Win. H. Johnson Collection) 

173 PRESIDENT LINCOLN AT HOME 

Reading the Scriptui'cs to his Wife and Son. Currier and Ives. 
Dated 1865. (Spotted) Folio. Old gilt frame. (Wm. H. 
/- Johnson Collection) 

171^ LINCOLN AND HIS FAMILY 

Mezzotint engraved by William Sartain after the i)ainting bv 
/ ^ S. B. Waugh. Published hy Bradley & Co. 1866. Large folio. 
Old walnut and gilt frame. (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

175 LINCOLN FAMILY 

Line engraving published l)y Thomas Kelly, New York, 1866. 

3 Large folio. (Margin stained) Old walnut frame. (Wm. H. 
^ Johnson Collection) 

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ITG LIXCOLX AT IIOMK 

K. B. X: P:. C. Kellogg, Hartford. Vnh. hy Y. V. Whiting, N. Y. 
Undated. Colored. Small folio. Old frame. {Win. H. John- 
son Collection) 



ITT ABRAHA:\r LIXCOLX AND FAMILY 

Lithograph designed and drawn by H. A. Thomas, pu])li.shed hy 
Wm. C. Robertson; Same subject, lithographed by Currier and 
Ives, published ISGT; Same subject, engraved by A. B. Walter 
A , after the painting l)y F. B. Schcll, pu1)lishcd b}^ John Dainty, 
V rhila. 1865. Small folios. All framed. (Wm. H. Johnson 
Collection) (3) 

1T8 FIRST READING OF THE EMAXCIFATIOX PROCLA- 
iMATIOX^ 

^Mezzotint by A. IT. Ritchie after the painting l)y F. B. Car- 
penter. Signed artist's proof before all letters. Fine impression. 
'\ Large o])long folio, mounted on stretcher. In old walnut frame. 

(Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 
Rare. • . • •■ : ' \ ■ \: 

1T9 GRAXD RECEPTIOX OF XOTABILITIES OF THE 
XATIOX 

^ Lithograph of ^Nfajor and Kna])]), 18G5. Folio. Old walnut and 
^ gilt frame. (Wni. H. Johnson Collection) 

180 CURRIER AXD IVES 

The True Issue or '"That's what's the ]\[atter." Caricature pub- 
^ lished ])y Currier and Ives, 18()i. Small folio. Old gilt frame. 

^ (Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

181 LIXCOLX EXTERIXCt RICHMOXD 

Reproduction of the drawing by Xast ; Same subject, engraved 
(small) by Buttrc; Reading the L'mancipation Proclamation, 
mezzotint by Watts after Ilerrick. Various sizes. All framed. 
(Wm. II. Johnson Collection) (3) 



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182 THE ASSASSIXATIOX OF PRESIDEXT LIXCOLX 

Currier and Ives. Dated 18(55. Small folio. Old gilt frame. 
W (Wm. H. Jolinson Collection) 

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183 DEATH BED OF LINCOLN 

Lithograph printed by A. Brett & Co. PubHshed by Jones and 
Clark, New York, and C. A. Asp, Boston. Large foho. (Foxed.) 
Gilt frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



184 DEATH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN 

At Washington, D. C. April 15th, 1865. The Nation's Martyr. 
Currier and Ives. 18G5. Colored. Small folio. Old frame. 
^ {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 

185 DEATH OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN 

The same. Uncolored. Old frame. {Wm. II. Johnson Collec- 
\ 1^ tion) 

185a death of ABRAHAM LINCOLN 

E. B. & E. C. Kellogg, Hartford. Pub. by F. P. Whiting. Un- 
•\ dated. Colored. Small folio. Old frame. {Wm. H. Johnson 
' Collection) 

186 THE BODY OF THE MARTYR PRESIDENT 

The Body of the Martyr President Abraham Lincoln. Lying in 
estate at the City Hall, N. Y. April 24 & 25 1865. 
"^ Currier and Ives. Published 1865. Small folio. LTncolored. 

Old frame. {Wm. H. Johnson Collection) 



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